Paradise, NV (July 18, 2020) – There were confirmed injuries at the scene of a car accident in the Paradise neighborhood of Las Vegas. Local authorities were notified of the crash at around 1:24 p.m. on Friday, July 17. Emergency response units and officers from the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (LVMPD) were dispatched to the scene to render aid to those injured in the accident.
At this time, the cause of the crash is still unknown. The site of the accident was reportedly located at the corner of S. Wynn Road and W. Tropicana Avenue. At least one person involved in the accident suffered injuries, but the extent of the resulting injuries has not yet been disclosed. The number of injured parties involved in the crash is also unknown. Paramedics at the crash site were present to evaluate the conditions of injured parties and provide medical assistance. No further updates on the conditions of the injured parties are currently available.
The identities of the injured victims have not been revealed. LVMPD is currently investigating the cause of the crash. More details will be released as the investigation progresses.
Our thoughts are with the injured victims and their families at this time. We hope for their full recovery.
Las Vegas Intersection Crashes
The Federal Highway Administration (FHA) monitors and records the number of car accidents that are reported across the United States each. Their report found that there are nearly 2.5 million reported collisions that happen at intersections each year nationwide. The vast majority of these crashes involve drivers who make left-hand turns. In fact, nearly 61% of reported intersection crashes involve left-hand turns.
Overall, intersection collisions account for around 40% of reported car accidents each year, making intersection the second-largest accident category. These collisions are responsible for nearly 50% of injury crashes and 20% of crashes resulting in fatal injuries. After being injured in a Las Vegas car crash, injured parties should contact a qualified personal injury lawyer in order to discuss their legal options for compensation.
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